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"My Baby Loves Lovin'" was the top selling single for the British pop group White Plains. The song was written by Roger Cook and Roger Greenaway, recorded on 26 October 1969, and released on 9 January 1970 on the Decca Records imprint, Deram Records.
The lead vocalist is session singer Tony Burrows. Burrows also sang lead for Edison Lighthouse, The Pipkins, and the later line-up of Brotherhood of Man.
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"Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)" is a popular song by "one-hit wonder" Edison Lighthouse. The single hit the number one spot on the UK Singles Chart on the week ending on 31 January 1970, where it remained for a total of five weeks. It also became the first number one single of the 1970s (not counting Rolf Harris' "Two Little Boys" which was a holdover from 1969).
"Ride Captain Ride" is a song recorded by the American rock band Blues Image. The song was co-written by the band's singer-guitarist Mike Pinera and keyboardist Frank "Skip" Konte. It was included on the group's 1970 album, Open. Released as a slightly shortened single in the spring of 1970, it shot up the charts, eventually reaching No. 4 in the USA and Canadian charts, making it Blues Image's first (and only) Top 40 chart hit.
"Afternoon Delight" is a song recorded by Starland Vocal Band, featuring close harmony and sexually suggestive wordplay. It was written by Bill Danoff, one of the members of the band. It became a #1 U.S. Hot 100single on July 10, 1976 and earned a gold record.
"Afternoon Delight" also reached #1 in Canada and peaked at #5 in New Zealand. In Australia it was a #6 hit.
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